Liponsaure is a brand name of a compounded item that is injected into localized fat deposits around the body with the intent to dissolve and release them. Stimulates and releases insulin to burn fat. The procedure itself is usually called Lipo-dissolve and is offered by weight loss and cosmetic surgery clinics. The procedure is intended to be less invasive and painful than liposuction, where fat deposits are physically pulled out of the body through incisions. The fat deposits dissolve over the course of several treatments. Some have experience weight reduction on the second treatment. It is thought that the dissolved fat is excreted with feces and urine, but there appears to be no clinical proof of how the procedure works and what happens to the fat.
Liponsaure creates more insulin activity thus converting fats into energy to be burned away with increase of the insulin activity it also transfers more fats in the bloodstream. That is why the presence of liponsaure is welcome in the bloodstream and best to be given IV, direct into the blood. Liponsaure and other lipo-dissolve “drugs” are a combination of phosphatidylcholine and deoxycholate (PCDC). PC is a soy-based compound that occurs naturally in human cells. DC is bile salt produced by the liver. DC helps to keep PC in solution so as not to separate. Because PCDC is put together or compounded by different pharmacists, who sometimes include other ingredients in the mix, the ratio of the two substances can be different.
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Phosphatidylcholine has the ability to alter the cholesterol and other fatty acids. It increase the solubility of dat and its deposits. This PC penetrates skin layer and emulsifies the fat underneath, making them more soluble to water.
IV / IM : 1 ampoule every week.
Sub-Q : Each ampoule divided into few portions for different parts of the body.
10 ampoules x 5ml
IV, IM or Sub-Q (SubCutaneous)